Amid growing calls for a new approach to the challenged posed by China, President Biden has initiated a policy rethink. Here’s what the new US posture might look like.
Do spiking yield curves across the developed world harken the end of COVID-era monetary stimulus?
The pendulum of US strategic posture in the Middle East has swung once more.
How far can Lebanon’s institutions be stretched before they simply collapse? This year could have an answer.
The Biden administration appears content to perpetuate the WTO’s toothless status, with major consequences for global trade moving forward.
Tracking the latest news surrounding the global COVID-19 vaccination effort.
Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed’s mandate has expired and no new elections are on the horizon. Has Somalia’s 2012 constitution reached its breaking point?
While COVID-19 may not be an existential crisis for the EU, it does tick virtually all the boxes when it comes to hardening Eurosceptic attitudes throughout the bloc.
An early test for US-China relations under the Biden administration: whether or not systemic oppression in Xinjiang constitutes a ‘genocide.’
Cambodia has extracted its first crude oil from the Gulf of Thailand. Yet with oil prices low amid COVID-19 and production peaking at 7,500 barrels per day, the impact on Cambodia’s economy will be marginal.
Next in our series on strategic commodities we examine tantalum, a conflict mineral with complex geopolitical ramifications for East Africa and beyond.